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Painting Wrought Iron Furniture

Spray Painting Wrought Iron Furniture on TodaysMama.com

Repainting metal patio furniture via blog: 1)use wire brush/sandpaper to get off loose paint/rust, 2)wash/wipe down and dry, 3)prime, 4)paint with spray paint designed for metal. Blog suggests Rust-oleum paint throughout.

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10 Projects with Spray Paint

10 Projects with Spray Paint • 10 Tutorials!

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Free Plans to Help You Build an Adirondack Chair

Free Plans to Help You Build an Adirondack Chair: Multi-Grip's Free Adirondack Chair Plan

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Fabric Damask Wall Stencil

Elegant Metallic DIY Canvas Wall Art - Royal Design Studio - Fabric Damask Wall Stencils

Take plastic bins from the dollar store and upgrade them using metallic spray paint to give them a "tin" finish! I'm totally doing this for flower pots!

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10 DIY Repurposed Chair Ideas

Quirky & fun!! great DYI with a large piece of reclaimed wood...10 DIY Repurposed Chair Ideas | NewNist

always looking for ideas to write Scripture around the house- of course I like the idea of definitions (character qualities maybe)

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13 Awesome Outdoor Bench Projects

13 Awesome Outdoor Bench Projects, Ideas & Tutorials! • 3 totally different old repurposed chairs make up this wonderful eclectic bench!

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Make this: Easy Chair Makeover

Easy Chair Makeover: Simple step by step tutorial to makeover a chair cushion, quick and easy. Perfect for a beginner level DIY project.

Infarrantly Creativefrom Infarrantly Creative

Cheap Outdoor Rug

Spray paint and a stencil transform this outdoor rug.

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Painting Wrought Iron Furniture

how to redo wrought iron table

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How To Paint Old And Rusty Metal Outdoor Chairs

how to paint old and rusty metal outdoor chairs, outdoor furniture, painted furniture, before and after

Using a drill or screw driver, remove the cushions from your chairs. Wipe chairs clean, spray paint your chairs and let them dry 24 hours. Cover you cushion in fabric and wrap it around onto the backside. Use a staple gun or a strong adhesive to secure the fabric on the back. Screw your cushions back onto your chairs.